What Guardian won’t report: Palestinian kids taught that Christians & Jews are inferior, cowardly

A young Palestinian girl was asked to recite a poem during a PA TV children’s program on May 12, 2012. This poem, according to the host of the show, teaches children “responsibility and belonging.”

The messages of “responsibility and belonging” in the poem include:

1. Insults to Christians and Jews:

“They are remnants of the [Christian] crusaders and Khaibar [Jews],” and are “inferior and smaller, more cowardly and despised.”

2. Christians and Jews are the “enemy,” referred to as:

“the enemies of destiny.”

3. Violence is glorified and encouraged:

“Where is my weapon? I found it – a stone. I took it and threw it at the enemies of destiny.”

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Is it even conceivable that the Guardian would ever report such Palestinian child abuse?
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